Australia,India,New Zealand : MAHINDRA SATYAM positioned BOBBY GUPTA to oversee its ANZ Business [TendersInfo (India)]
(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) The IT services provider - Mahindra Satyam has announced via releasing a statement on Tuesday that the company has appointed Bobby Gupta to Head its operations in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).
The company s new move is intended to increase revenues by twofold to US$5 billion over the next three years.
The statement has added that the firm s Vice president of Middle East and North Africa (MENA) - Bobby Gupta, who is based in Dubai, will move to Australia s Melbourne city.
He started working with Satyam in 2009 as Vice president and head of sales, to assume the responsibilities of one of its largest markets of English-speaking people. The other global markets of the Indian IT services provider include ANZ, MENA, and Asia-Pacific, which accounts for 24% of the revenue of Mahindra.
"Bobby Gupta will take over as head of ANZ operations after successfully transforming the MENA operations, and build a world-class team and capabilities," revealed the statement of statement. It added, "His dynamic leadership at MENA resulted in a series of new logo wins, big deals, and opening up of new geographical markets."
The new move forms a component of Mahindra's "CEO Force" format to circulate skilled leaders across the world. Mr. Gupta will be succeeded by G. B. Kumar, who has earlier worked in India, Japan, and China.
The company unleashed "Mission 2015" in 2012 in order to boost its revenues by twofold to US$5 billion within the year 2015.
"The management team has entrusted the baton to two of the most experienced IT Industry professionals, to nurture, grow, and manage these two regions," stated the company in the announcement.
Tech Mahindra, a part of Mahindra Group conglomerate, purchased the troubled assets of Satyam, after its founder B. Rama Raju duped investors to the tune of US$1 billion which came to light in 2009.
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